The Dinosaurs Of North America

Author: Othniel Charles Marsh
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An Odyssey In Time

Author: Dale A. Russell
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Surveys the evolution of the dinosaur population in North America, from the beginning of the age of reptiles to the extinction of the dinosaurs about 65 million years ago

Tyrannosaurus And Other Dinosaurs Of North America

Author: Dougal Dixon
Editor: Capstone
ISBN: 1515856194
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From armored plant-eaters to fierce meat-eaters, many dinosaurs roamed the land that is now the continent of North America. Discover how they lived and what they had in common with todayƕs animals.

Dinosaurs Of North America

Author: Helen Roney Sattler
Editor: New York : Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books
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Discusses more than 80 different types of dinosaurs native to North America in the context of changing geography, animal and plant communities, and climate during the Mesozoic Era.

Bibliography And Index Of North American Geology Paleontology Petrology And Mineralogy

Author: Fred Boughton Weeks
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Index To North American Geology Paleontology Petrology And Mineralogy For The Years 1892 1900 Inclusive

Author: Fred Boughton Weeks
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Geologic Literature On North America 1785 1918

Author: John Milton Nickles
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Geologic Literature On North America

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A Field Guide To The Dinosaurs Of North America

Author: Bob Strauss
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493015087
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A field guide to 60 dinosaurs and prehistoric animals that once lived in what is now North America. Featuring stunning illustrations of each animal by world-famous artist Sergey Krosovskiy and based on the latest paleontogical research, this book provides information about the where and when the animals lived, what they ate, and more.

The End Of The Sauropod Dinosaur Hiatus In North America

Author: Michael Daniel D'Emic
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Hadrosaurian Dinosaurs Of North America

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Editor: Geological Society of America
ISBN: 0813720400
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The Second American Jurassic Dinosaur Rush 1895 1905

Author: Paul D. Brinkman
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The Dinosaurs Of Wyoming

Author: Wyoming Geological Association. Annual Field Conference
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Dinosaurs Of Utah

Author: Frank DeCourten
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Traces the history of one of the world's most productive dinosaur-fossil producing regions, and describes the Mesozoic terrestrial ecosystem that produced them

Syllogeus

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Bulletin

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Jurassic West

Author: John Foster
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The incredible story of the dinosaurs and other animals that lived in the American West 150 million years ago

Dinosaurs

Author: Donald F. Glut
Editor: McFarland
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Here is the fifth supplement to Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia . This volume includes a discussion of the Mesozoic Era, covers recent discoveries in paleontology, and furthers the ectothermy/ endothermy debate from previous installments.

Dinosaurs

Author: Spencer G. Lucas
Editor: McGraw-Hill Science, Engineering & Mathematics
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This text is intended for a one-quarter or one-semester introductory course on dinosaurs. It is a book that introduces dinosaur biology, geology, and the history of their discovery. It is a text that presents facts together with current ideas, notions, and controversies. Dr. Lucas presents dinosaurs as successful, living creatures that were merely different in appearance from animals living today. The book is designed to be understood by students with little scientific background as it teaches students not only how to use scientific methods, but how to synthesize data to create their own ideas.